With the sleek, efficient design of the Arbor Pack, you'll have a timeless piece that'll last for years to come. This backpack’s main compartment closes with a large flap pocket and holds your inventory of everyday goods, from books, lunch and a shell to climbing shoes and chalk bag. A zippered pocket beneath the lid stashes a wallet and phone. Inside, is a padded laptop sleeve raised off the bottom of the pack to protect your computer from jarring knocks; it fits most 15” laptops, secures with a buckle closure, and doubles as an insulated hydration reservoir when you hit the trails. Human Curve® shoulder straps have an ergonomic flow to conform to your shoulders and upper chest for all-day comfort under loads. Accessory patches and a fixed webbing loop carry ice tools, crampons or a yoga pad. Made from durable 600-denier recycled polyester with a polyurethane coating and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish.
“Awesome bag! I was super happy with my purchase of the patagonia arbor backpack. It's a good sized bag and the quality is excellent. Looking forward to using it on my next os trip and for uni this year.”
“loving my purchase! The bag is great for daily commute to and fro work - it fits all my gym stuff incl running shoes and towel, and it also fits my laptop for days that i have to bring work home - it actually offers a lot of storage room. The two straps linked to the top closure are adjustable so that the bag can be made puffier if you need to store more things or flatter otherwise. Its fully waterproof which is great since the weather is largely unpredictable in sydney. Some parts of the bag i have yet to discover what they are there for - eg. The loop at the bottom (is it a handle to carry the bag upside down? Why? ) also the strap at the bottom of your wait between the two bag straps is rather redundant but they can just be adjusted to be completely tight so they sit against the bag and are not in your way. All in all, love the bag!”
“Suits my office and outdoor life. Very lite and fits well on my back.”